Dale Shuger 
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Re: “Review: The Taming of the Shrew

One minor quibble: Shakespeare is not a medieval playwright and in fact, there is no "medieval stage" --bare or otherwise. The development of a secular theater in a stage marked for such events is a defining element of the Renaissance or, as it is now more commonly referred to, the early modern period. This may seem like a tiny quibble of terminology, but it is more than just a question of correcting an adjective: a "medieval theater" is a contradiction in terms, the type of "self" that is able to act out roles for a mass public only emerges in a (early) modern period.
--Dale Shuger, Dept. Spanish and Portuguese (Tulane University)

Posted by Dale Shuger on 06/15/2017 at 9:52 PM

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